The 28th Amendment National Roadshow kicked off to a rousing start this past week at packed events in Berkley and Los Angeles. Citizens everywhere sure seemed fired up for the work ahead to pass a Constitutional Amendment saying that Money Is Not Speech and Corporations Are Not People.
At the UCLA Law School in Los Angeles, and in Berkley, California, the inaugural 28th Amendment National Roadshow kicked off with sold-out houses and a full program of speakers, organizers, videos, panels, and more. As part of the process to overturn the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, the amendment passage requires a Constitutional Convention as cited in Article 5 of the U.S. Constitution. Since a convention requires over 30 states to pass resolutions, the 28th Amendment Roadshow is to organize and educate activists across the country to work toward their states' calling for an amendment.
Here are photos of the 28th Amendment National Roadshow at UCLA Law School.